Bowjax Big Jax Guide Rod Dampener

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Bowjax Big Jax Guide Rod Dampener


We ship Monday through Friday, orders received on weekends or holidays will be processed the next business day.

Return Policy

Returns or Exchanges must be arranged within 7 days of receipt.

Returns must be unopened and in original packaging to receive return credit.

A 20% restocking fee is applied on non-string returns.  Due to the custom and specific nature of the product there are no returns on bow strings and/or cables.

All returns must get prior approval and an R/A number.  No returns will be accepted without an R/A number.  Please allow up to 2 weeks refund time for the process of returns. 

Returns must be sent to:
60X Custom Strings
1047 State Rt. 268
Cowansville, PA 16218

Defective items are not warranted by 60X Custom Strings. Returns of defective merchandise are subject to manufacturer approval.

When returning a product we recommend the use of an insured and trackable shipper such as USPS, UPS or FedEX. 60X Custom Strings does not refund shipping costs, or cover return shipping. We will not accept COD or damaged packages.

BowJax Big Jax Guide Rod Dampener An important area of dampening for your bow is the cable guard and your string suppressor. If you have tried products on your strings and limbs and still have unwanted noise, chances are very good that the BowJax BigJax will take care of the problem. Simply put the BigJax on your cable guard and it acts as a great noise and vibration dampener, string suppressor dampener, and a cable slide stop. These fit a 3/8' rod and weigh 151 grains. They are packed individually and available in 9 colors (Black, Blue, Brown, Flo Green, Olive Drab, Orange, Pink, Purple and Red).

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  • 5
    Great Final Touch

    If your stuck chasing that last little nagging vibration or sound in your bow that seems so elusive these are definitely worth a shot. Chances are if you can't seem to track down that final little bit of twang there is a good chance a well placed guide rod dampener will be the final touch needed to chase out that sneaky last nuisance that you can't seem to find. Plus for the money it's definitely worth a try.